Zero Days tells the story of Stuxnet, a computer virus discovered in 2010 and likely commissioned by the US and Israeli governments to target Iran's nuclear program. The film paints a haunting picture of digital warfare.
The story of the young girl Anne Frank has been adapted for TV and the cinema many times. Surprisingly, there has never been a German adaptation for the big screen - until now. (17.02.2016)
Michael Moore is out again to solve America's problems - and finds a number of solutions in Europe. His quasi-documentary "Where to Invade Next" makes its European premiere at the Berlinale. (17.02.2016)
The all-star cast and director of the Berlinale competition entry discuss why the real-life story of an ordinary German couple who fought back against the Nazis needs to be told - now more than ever. (16.02.2016)
New leadership, red carpets stars, exciting programming and a Nazi-era related scandal: Get the lowdown on this year's Berlinale as it kicks off on February 20.
Starting February 20, 18 films from 18 countries, 16 of them world premieres, will compete for the Golden and Silver Bears in Berlin. A past focus on star power will give way to darker themes that aim to "open our eyes."
Iran's premiere film festival is a showpiece for the Islamic Republic's values. Yet many Iranian films deftly navigate regime censorship. A boycott in the wake of the Ukrainian plane downing has upped the pressure.
As the lifetime work of the British actress is honored at the Berlinale, here's why Helen Mirren is literally the queen of acting.
She's one of Germany's most successful children's authors worldwide: Cornelia Funke is beloved for the fantastic worlds she creates.
Most afternoons, you can find 23-year-old Nils Wanderer sitting in a café and posting selfies. A few hours later, he's onstage singing classical music. Wanderer is one of the world's top young countertenors.
Did #MeToo manage to "kill the patriarchy" or does toxic masculinity still reign supreme? An exhibition in London explores male self-image in a globally connected era, where gender standards are constantly changing.
The surprise news that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry plan to retire from royalty has triggered a series of humorous reactions on Twitter — as well as harsher comments reflecting polarization on the topic.
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